Why is the adjective in the singular (difriúil) instead of the plural? I wrote difriúla thinking that it was the plural called for by "na dathanna" in the plural and it was not accepted.
Attributive adjectives agree in case, number and gender - "the different colours" - na dathanna difriúla.
Predicative adjectives do NOT change - "the colours are different" - tá na dathanna difriúil.
So if she is a different woman takes the copula, why is this sentence using ta?
Because the other one was 'she is a different woman' where she = different woman. This is just describing a colors. The similar sentence would be 'they are different colors'
I am bumping the question about why the adjective appears to be singular (6/19)